Low Power Mode (LPM) has been integrated by Apple since iOS 9 update. During use, if you feel draining the battery, users should enable this useful feature.
It will automatically change some settings to save battery life, such as turning off the new mail download feature, reducing the screen brightness, automatically locking the phone, and turning off the screen faster.
Specifically, your display will automatically lock with the fastest time, only about 30 seconds of inactivity. This can be a huge battery saver, especially if your auto-lock time is usually set to 4-5 minutes or more.
When LPM is activated, you will notice some visual effects in the game will be reduced. The visual experience when playing games in low power mode is not perfect. Motion effects and live wallpapers are also disabled.
Platform activities and network connections are paused to prevent battery drain in the background. So when you turn on low power mode, all data will not be uploaded to iCloud until you turn it off.
iPhone even automatically reduces CPU and GPU performance, making the phone run a bit slower. Tests show that iPhone slows down by about 40% when LPM is enabled. In return, this mode promises to give you about 3 more hours before the iPhone is turned off, depending of course on what you’re doing with your phone.
You can set up automatic for this task every time the battery capacity reaches a certain limit. The specific steps are as follows:
– Access to the application Shortcut key.
– In the main interface of the application, select tab Automationtap option Create personal automation entries.
– Scroll to the bottom of the page, find and tap Battery level.
– Select the desired battery % and click on the desired condition line below then press Next.
-In the search box you type the content Low power mode and click on the corresponding result that appears. After selecting, press Next.
-Unmark at Ask before running and press Do not ask when the new window pops up. Finally press Accomplished to complete.